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Fishing club lands prime beat on top sea trout river

 Vale of Clwyd Angling Club has announced that it has acquired the fishing on the Pont y Ddôl to Pont y Gwyddel section of the Afon Elwy that will provide members with nearly three miles of prime mostly double bank sea trout fishing, some excellent wild brown trout fishing and the possibility of catching a salmon. The club has leased the fishing from the Kinmel Estate initially for three years with an option to renew at the end of that period.   The club already has access to fishing on five beats on the Afon Elwy and this latest acquisition will add a further three one mile beats to the fishing now available to members on this river.

 Anybody wishing to become a member can do so by contacting the club’s membership secretary, Paul King, at [email protected]  Alternatively, membership application forms can be obtained from Foxon’s, can be downloaded from the club’s website www.valeofclwydanglingclub.org where details of all the other fishing the club has access to can also be found, or can apply for membership online.

 The club is holding its annual Members’ Evening event at the Brookhouse Mill Inn on the outskirts of Denbigh on Friday 11 March starting at 7.30pm and is inviting non-members thinking of joining to attend to find out more about the club and the fishing it controls.

 

 

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